What other article topics do we need to have written?

Len Backus

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Let's brainstorm about ideas here. No author obligation on the part of the person who throws out the topic idea.
 

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Free range exotic hunting

Sort of like a introduction to what is available and where . Along with a story or two that would be about actual hunts and what was learned about the habits and habitat .

Pix as well of course .

Jim B
 

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I just realized how that Post Reply Title Header thing works. Didn't see yours at first.

Story sounds interesting to me.
 

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Reply title

May not be a good idea to use the reply title the way I did as it doesnt show up on the emails . Probably best to include in body of post as well .Did not know that till now .
 

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Factory receiver accurizing benefits and comparisions..

Len,

I would be willing to write up another article about the proceedures, benefits and comparisions of accurizing and blueprinting factory receivers if you think it would be of interest. Seemed to get alot of attention on the old board.

Kirby Allen(50)
 

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Modern wildcatting to improve extreme range performance..

Also would be willing to write an article about modern wildcatting for the purpose of pushing the envelope of extreme range performance for big game hunting. Have a couple examples I could talk about.

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I would like to see either Richard Graves or Doc Ed or Berger write up an article on the steps of bullet making and the thought process that goes into it.

For those who don't know, Doc Ed - Eddie Harren makes his own bullets for competition shooting and wins with them. His writing style is pretty abrupt, in person, he is really talkative.
 

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BB,

If we could talk Richard into writing an article that would be very interesting reading to many I believe. The only problem is in getting him talked into doing it!!!:D

I am pretty good friends with him so I could work on him a bit. Len could ask him as well and have a good shot at getting him to post something. I do not know Eddie personally but that would be interesting as well.

Kirby Allen(50)
 

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Kirby, both topics sound good to me.

As to bullets, either author would do a good job. Which one is willing to do it. We probably need to ask only one initially. If that person doesn't commit then go to plan B.

I have no opinion as to which one to approach first. Can Kirby and Jim decide that invitation strategy, please?
 

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Len,

I am in the middle of a big batch of receiver accurizing right now including Savage, Winchester, Browning and of course Rem 700 receivers so I will get some good pics and get something written up about receiver accurizing.

I also dropped a line to Richard to see if he would be willing to write an article about bullet making. We will see what he has to say and I will report to the group.

Kirby Allen(50)
 

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Free range exotic hunting

I just realized how that Post Reply Title Header thing works. Didn't see yours at first.

Story sounds interesting to me.
Perhaps the article should be on shot placement for African game as opposed to north american big game with anatomical differences brought int play .
 

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Just talked to Richard, he simply does not have time to do an article. They have been getting heavy rains up there and really backed them up getting finished with field work for the spring. On top of that, he is running full tilt when he can getting bullet orders out for crazy gunsmiths in Montana:D!!!

He said he just did not have the time to put into it.

Kirby Allen(50)
 

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